South East Queensland Tour 2016

7 Gen Foundation hosted a series of events in South East Queensland during October 2016. These special events featured our very own Don & Maria who flew over from the USA. They came to share stories and experience from their extensive community work with Native American tribes and multicultural communities throughout the United States and Canada.

Guest presenters from North America

Ms Maria Trevizo (Ysleta Pueblo / Purépecha)

Over 40 years experience in human services and community wellbeing – Master trainer, Facilitator in the ‘wellness’ field and a Native traditional singer Certified Psychiatric Technician and Certified Substance Abuse Counsellor Advisor / consultant for US & Canadian Governments, NGOs, Universities

Mr Don Lyons   (Ojibwe / Haudenosaunee)

Community coordinator, program manager, youth worker
– Native American Wellbeing Programs  / Community Development
Revitalisation of customs, traditional knowledge systems and ceremony. Facilitator / Master trainer (Trauma / Resilience / ‘Wellness’ leadership)

Foundations for Wellness – A First Nations Approach.

Masterclass Training and Professional Development Workshops – Sunshine Coast Full Day

Sunshine Coast Venue: Caboolture, ‘The Pavilion”, QUT Caboolture Campus, 80-106 Tallon St, Caboolture QLD 4510

+Full Day Workshop

+Community wellbeing & healing

+Facilitating community transformation and resilience Understanding trauma and resilience

+Trauma informed intervention approaches

+Compassion fatigue

+Traditional teachings and wisdom for healing the planet

Foundations for Wellness – A First Nations Approach.

Masterclass Training and Professional Development Workshops – Eumundi – Half Day

Venue: ‘Deadly Espresso’ Café Pavilion Markets, 79 Memorial Drive, Eumundi (up the small driveway to the carpark and then up the stairs)

+Half Day Workshop

+Community wellbeing & healing

+Facilitating community transformation and resilience Understanding trauma and resilience

+Trauma informed intervention approaches

+Compassion fatigue

+Traditional teachings and wisdom for healing the planet

Eumundi Community Event

‘Deadly Espresso’ Café, Pavilion Markets, 79 Memorial Drive, Eumundi (up the small driveway to the carpark and then up the stairs)

Black Markets’ / Community Art and Craft markets.
Deadly Espresso’ Café Community yarning circles
First Nations guest trainers form North America will be on location to share lunch and afternoon discussions with community members.

Foundations for wellness – A first Nations Approach

‘Individual, Family & Community wellbeing’

An evening of Cultural Sharing with Native American guests

Stories/Songs/Reflecting upon our interdependence

The Lift Gallery – 926 Maleny – Montville Rd, Balmoral QLD

Foundations for Wellness – A First Nations Approach.

Masterclass Training and Professional Development Workshops – Brisbane Full Day

Brisbane Venue: Multi Faith Centre, Griffith University, Nathan Campus, Nathan, Brisbane

+Full Day Workshop

+Community wellbeing & healing

+Facilitating community transformation and resilience Understanding trauma and resilience

+Trauma informed intervention approaches

+Compassion fatigue

+Traditional teachings and wisdom for healing the planet

Murri Community Workshops – A First Nations Approach (A special community event for the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Communities.)

FREE EVENT – Donations Welcome

Jagera Community Hall – 121 Cordelia St, South Brisbane QLD

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